Anger Management Support Group

Anger management commonly refers to therapeutic techniques by which someone with excessive or uncontrollable anger can control or reduce their emotions. Typical examples include the use of deep breathing and meditation as a means to relaxation. Psychologists recommend a balanced approach, which both controls the emotion and allows it to express itself in a healthy way.

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  • debra15

    Hi

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    Anyone on 
  • DanielleCastings

    Troubled Young Adult Series

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    Hello,My name is Danielle and I am a Casting Assistant for a television production company based in Manhattan. We are currently developing a new series that will seek to help young adults between the ages of 18-22 who are struggling with different behavioral issues. One of the topics we will be covering is for people dealing with anger isseus. This docu-reality concept will use an intervention...
  • PsychosisFirstBreak

    I want to mu

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    I want to mutilate myself.
  • kaydeeeeeee

    New to this so here it goes?

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    I don't get how everyone deals with their anger. Sometimes I feel like I can drive my car off the road and drive it into a tree. I get angry over stupid, little things and I even go by the motto, "don't sweat the small stuff." I get so angry that I raise my voice. I get mad when my significant other jokes around with me, or touches me when I felt like being alone or when my dog pees on the floor....
  • (sorry this is so long, people)  I confront the evil twins.  They ruin and beat on my very existence. One is named ANGER, and the other is depression. I was once a happily married man with a decent wife (very outstanding nurse) and kids. Our future seemed really bright, but  that was over 17 yrs ago! But 17 years ago,  the problems were that we had bad habits.  We didn't have a budget, we...
  • davidanthony

    Manage Anger or Substitute It

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    I recently decided that I was an angry person. I concluded I had been for the last five years, ever since I was made redundant from my job. My wife assures me I have been like it for the 35 years she has known me. She knows me better than anyone (including myself), so I'll go with her diagnosis. I'm never violent and I rarely express anger in front of people. I display constant (and I mean all...
  • friendlysupporter

    any help?

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    hey guys; im 30 years old and have lived a pretty difficult life not by choice; but i find when i get mad....and mad to a point then i find myself hard to shut down because the same thoughts see to circle in my head and when that happends i feel like i cant put an answer to those questions which makes me more mad. Last time i got mad i complete shattered a pair of headphones worth 80$. Any advice?
  • Bamaboy79

    Difficult battle

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    So my wife and i are having problems she says my anger scares her. I can see that because of past blackout rage issues. Found things online trying to get help with this. She left for a few days to stay with a friend. The friend a guy i message and call half the day to check on her because she is diabetic. No response from anyone so i go there and the man that the house belongs to me and him are...
  • CountryPagan46

    In the moment

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    Hello everyoneSo today has been a real battle for me with my anger. It was left overs from last night. And let me tell you I was so mad all I could think about was destroying eveything in my path, I didn't care what it was, I'm in uncharted territory for myself and I've let my anger get the best of me with it, because it so easy and my give-a-damn is so busted. The smallest thing will have me...
  • Lauriegirl

    Anger

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    I want it to go away. I try to look on the bright side. When angry I scream and stomp my feet. If people in my life are mad I get mad. I can't simply walk away.
  • Just beat up my sister cus she was not going out of the room and privacyabsoloutley lost it. kicking, screaming, punching, thworing thingsi hit my lil 4 year old sister and she started cryingthen when they finally when out (cos they were afraid of me) i started crying, cant breatheanyone help how do i calm down?? am feeling a bit better now but still freaked outi dont want to be angry!!
  • Galapagoos

    Anger

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    Often times I find myself angry for no reason and sometimes for the most silliest ones too. Sometimes people may crumble a piece of paper in the middle of class or steal a ball and not give it back and it pisses me off so much so that I'm to the point where I think about hurting myself. Is that wrong? Am I wrong? I mean it never gets to the point where I want to hit someone, but even if it did I...
  • millennialbookreader

    I don't know why...

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    Sometimes I just get so angry over stupid, little things and I don't really know why. It causes me to scream and act out like a child throwing a tantrum, and I'm 34. I immediately hate myself, I also often want to hurt myself, or drive my car into something, and I don't like that feeling. I'm especially afraid that if I continue with my outbursts that people will leave me and I will be alone....
  • Blueboy27

    Anger Issues

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    Sometimes I  get angry I would like to say what's my mind but I would lose everyone that cares about me. I just hold it all in.
  • nofil69

    I need to fix my anger

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    I've been seeing a councelor for a while now since I notice my anger getting out of control... seems every little thing sets me off now... ok one sec and angry the next... Im trying to narrow down what my triggers are and she said it sounds like deep seeded traumas from my past so I told her everything that happened to me... most of my anger was from those... the triggers are from the things that...